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    I enjoy one dish meals because they are simple and easy to clean up after. Have also tasted spinach and really enjoy it in chicken recipes. This recipe comes from Betty Crocker Bisquick cookbooklet from October of 1998.

    Recipe #116899

    I participated in a cookbooklet swap a few months ago and found a few books I did not remember I had. This recipe is from the Betty Crocker Bisquick cookbooklet and I believe it could be from October 1998. Cranberries are a favorite of mine and always on the lookout for good recipes.

    Recipe #116888

    This recipe is from Quick and Easy Meals from the Riceland Kitchen. I did clip this from a box of Riceland Rice but I do not remember how long ago. The recipe is very simple and made in one pot. No fuss cooking!

    Recipe #116844

    My aunt was a typical little polish lady that fed everyone! I remember her serving this with mashed potatoes and warm rye bakery bread. It was a good time with the whole family at the table eating great food.

    Recipe #116842

    This party mix recipe came from my favorite cookbook, Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book. My DH loves party mix so this is a popular recipe in our home.

    Recipe #115176

    I adopted this recipe and this is the original description "This is a self-saucing pudding".

    Recipe #108207

    This bar is a healthy and nutritious bar.

    Recipe #107676

    A rather new adopted recipe that we have enjoyed.

    Recipe #107495

    A guilt less pleasure.

    Recipe #107372

    Great for a morning treat.

    Recipe #107065

    I adopted this recipe and this is the original description "This is my copycat version, of what you can buy in German delicatessen as Farmersalat.I've tried it with fresh grated carrots as well, but found this version resembled the storebought version that I like the most".

    Recipe #104239

    I adopted this recipe and this is the original description, "This is my families version of Fleischsalat. It is not like what you can buy in German shops under the same name (they just contain bologna, pickles and mayonnaise). My dad used to make a huge bucket for the Christmas holidays and for me it's still part of Christmas, though I'd eat it any other time of the year as well. It is lighter than the standard Fleischsalat. Use more Fleischwurst if you like".

    Recipe #103981

    I adopted this recipe and this is the original description, "This recipe comes from a diet supplement of a German magazine. It's quick easy and they said it only contains 150 calories.I prefer it with coriander. I usually prepare the salsa in advance so the spices work through, but you can eat it straight away. Also good on top of potatoes with sour cream, chicken breast and salmon. Try it with maple salmon #468".

    Recipe #101887

    This is one of my adopted recipes that has been updated. The original directions were not very well written but this is a nice recipe for apple squares.

    Recipe #97273

    An adopted recipe that is based on the copycat version of the original crumb cake. Very easy and quick to make, this didnt last long at our house.

    Recipe #96457

    I recently adopted this recipe, this is the original description: "This recipe came with my crockpot when I bought it. It's the easiest thing in the world to make. I take the skin off most of the pieces of the chicken except the wings because that's just too much work for me. You can use regular dried egg noodles but I prefer the frozen ones".

    Recipe #76654

    A recipe that I adopted, this is what the original description stated "This is the latest trend in specialized pedicures. Any kind of foot soak is good, but when you need a boost, coffee seems to soothe and stimulate feet. My aesthetician, Josephine Chinea of Curandero Cures, Inc. at www.stressshop.com, assisted me with measurements".

    Recipe #71087

    Posted in response to a recipe request. From e-cookbooks.

    Recipe #57233

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